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Hotel Scenes After Terrorist Attack i...
Ouagadougou
By Wouter Elsen
20 Jan 2016

Scenes of Hotel Splendid after the terrorist attack in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, where 30 were people killed, including many foreigners. Hotel Splendid was one of the targets along with a bar across the street.

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Ouagadougou
By Wouter Elsen
20 Jan 2016

Hotel Splendid in Ouagadougou, a few days after the terrorist attack that killed 30 people.

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Ouagadougou
By Wouter Elsen
20 Jan 2016

Street lanterns melted from the explosions outside the hotel.

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Ouagadougou
By Wouter Elsen
20 Jan 2016

Gloves from the cleaning team after the attacks.

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Ouagadougou
By Wouter Elsen
20 Jan 2016

Animals stickers as found on the main door of Hotel Splendid

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Ouagadougou
By Wouter Elsen
20 Jan 2016

The thrash in the back of the hotel - and in the background the mosque where the attackers went praying instances before the attacks.

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Aftermath of ISIS November Attacks in...
Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015



These photos were taken in the days following the attacks by ISIS militants against civilians in several locations in Paris, which left more than 129 people dead.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

A gunmen lies dead on the pavement outside a tourist resort in Tunisia were he reportedly opened fire, killing 27.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
26 Jun 2015

A gunmen lies dead on the pavement outside a tourist resort in Tunisia were he reportedly opened fire, killing 27.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
25 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Sousse, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
25 Jun 2015

The scene after gunmen opened fire in a tourist resort in Sousse, Tunisia.

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Tunisian Authorities Respond to Deadl...
Tunis
By Marwen Farhani
19 Mar 2015

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March 18, 2015 -- Tunis, Tunisia

Twenty people were killed, mostly tourists, and many more wounded when gunmen attacked the popular Bardo museum in Tunis. Tunisian security services deployed around the museum's buildings prior to entering them, allegedly trading fire with militants inside before killing two of them and rescuing hostages. Other gunmen are believed to be at large.

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Tourists, Locals Killed in Attack on ...
Le bardo
By Mohamed Krit
18 Mar 2015

Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015. Twenty people were killed, mostly tourists, and many more wounded when gunmen attacked the popular Bardo museum in Tunis. They took others hostage, some of whom were evacuated as members of the security services deployed around the museum's buildings prior to entering them. Security forces allegedly traded fire with the militants inside before killing two of the unknown number of gunmen. Others are still thought to be at large, and one officer is reported to have died.

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Argentines Accuse President Kirchner ...
Bartolomé Mitre 801-899, Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires,Argentina
By Zachary F. Volkert
18 Jan 2015

“Cristina! Asesina! Argentina!" went the cries outside of Buenos Aires’ Casa Rosada Monday evening. The Plaza de Mayo setting – home to countless famed moments in Argentine history – was just one of several where Buenos Aires citizens gathered in the thousands to declare their accusation that President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was responsible for the death of Prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who only days ago accused the president of covering up Iranian ties to a 1994 terrorist bombing. Similar protests happened all over the country, meaning tens of thousands of Argentines at the very least are convinced that their head of state is somehow responsible for the murder.

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Donetsk Chemical Plant Is Under Attac...
Donetsk
By Andrey Samerkhanov
19 Sep 2014

Despite the declared ceasefire signed by both sides of the conflict in Minsk on Sept. 5, 2014, Russian-sponsored militants continued to shell residential areas and other civilian buildings in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine. In addition to rocket and artillery fire aimed at Ukrainian Armed Forces units, residential areas, buildings and strategic objects such as airport, railway station, chemical plant also being hit.
Russia’s Armed Forces are using militants from DNR and LNR, terrorist organizations disguising themselves as local militia, to carry out various provocations such shelling as civilian areas while supplying these militants with the latest in Russian military hardware.
Local civilians in eastern Ukraine trying to survive the rocket and artillery fire have no way of really knowing which side is shelling them, so they often express opinions that completely contradict each other.

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Market after a night of shelling in D...
Donetsk
By Andrey Samerkhanov
16 Sep 2014

With most grocery stores shut down, this market was the main source of both food and income for many residents of Donetsk.
The market is only about three miles away from Donetsk International Airport, where fierce fighting has been going on for a long time.

Background
Despite the declared ceasefire signed by both sides of the conflict in Minsk on Sept. 5, 2014, Russian-sponsored militants continued to shell residential areas and other civilian buildings in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine. In addition to rocket and artillery fire aimed at Ukrainian Armed Forces units, residential areas and buildings such as kindergartens, schools, hospitals and supermarkets are also being hit.

Russia’s Armed Forces are using militants from DNR and LNR, terrorist organizations disguising themselves as local militia, to carry out various provocations such shelling as civilian areas while supplying these militants with the latest in Russian military hardware.

Local civilians in eastern Ukraine trying to survive the rocket and artillery fire have no way of really knowing which side is shelling them, so they often express opinions that completely contradict each other.

Shot list:
Damaged and completely burned market building.
This building is completely destroyed and it’s unlikely that anyone will be able to restore it now.
Local residents help remove the rubble from the previous night’s shelling.

Stand up
Entrepreneur (personal opinion)
(Voice over) The most interesting thing is that I was the only one who managed to jump out. You can say that Ukrainians are fighting Ukrainians.
Back then it was one country (i.e., the Soviet Union), and now it’s something not understandable (i.e., Ukraine).
Now we’re killing each other.
This is just your typical civilian war.

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Residential areas shelled in Donetsk ...
Donetsk
By Andrey Samerkhanov
16 Sep 2014

This residential district in northern Donetsk has long been a popular battlefield between the Russian Army and Ukraine’s National Guard.

Background
Despite the declared ceasefire signed by both sides of the conflict in Minsk on Sept. 5, 2014, Russian-sponsored militants continued to shell residential areas and other civilian buildings in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine. In addition to rocket and artillery fire aimed at Ukrainian Armed Forces units, residential areas and buildings such as kindergartens, schools, hospitals and supermarkets are also being hit.

Russia’s Armed Forces are using militants from DNR and LNR, terrorist organizations disguising themselves as local militia, to carry out various provocations such shelling as civilian areas while supplying these militants with the latest in Russian military hardware.

Local civilians in eastern Ukraine trying to survive the rocket and artillery fire have no way of really knowing which side is shelling them, so they often express opinions that completely contradict each other.

Shot list:
Damaged high-rise apartment buildings after artillery shelling.
Traces of falling shells can be seen on the walls of these buildings.
The area around the buildings has traces of multiple explosions.

Stand up
Owner of a private house interwiev (in front of the ruins of his home talks about shelling the previous night)
Earlier the shelling went only in one direction but now the direction is hard to figure out .
Shells and rockets are coming from all sides now.
There was smoke right at the corner of my house.
Let me tell you, just in the last three weeks, five shells have hit our house alone.
You can see that there’s nothing left now.
Otherwise, they just shell everywhere.

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Kindergarten shelled in Donetsk despi...
Donetsk
By Andrey Samerkhanov
16 Sep 2014

Kindergarten shelled in Donetsk
Fortunately, there were no children in this kindergarten during the shelling because the parents don’t trust to ceasefire agreement and are keeping their children at home.

Background
Despite the declared ceasefire signed by both sides of the conflict in Minsk on Sept. 5, 2014, Russian-sponsored militants continued to shell residential areas and other civilian buildings in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine. In addition to rocket and artillery fire aimed at Ukrainian Armed Forces units, residential areas and buildings such as kindergartens, schools, hospitals and supermarkets are also being hit.

Russia’s Armed Forces are using militants from DNR and LNR, terrorist organizations disguising themselves as local militia, to carry out various provocations such shelling as civilian areas while supplying these militants with the latest in Russian military hardware.

Local civilians in eastern Ukraine trying to survive the rocket and artillery fire have no way of really knowing which side is shelling them, so they often express opinions that completely contradict each other.

Shot list:
Kindergarten staff clears up the rubble after shelling that can be seen throughout the video
The building itself has been damaged, as well as the playground and surrounding area.

Stand up #1
Kindergarten Director interview
(Voice over) “As you can see our equipment is damaged”. There were three volleys.
How they were shooting and what they were shooting at, I have no idea, but they hit our kindergarten.
Where’s the [Donetsk International] airport and where are we? Why us?
I get the feeling that our kindergarten was shelled on purpose.
But how do I know? I just... (crying)
Why is this happening? What the heck is this anyway? I don't know!
We’ve been killing ourselves here.
I’ve worked in this kindergarten for 35 years, and now we have to build it from scratch again.
I really don’t know what we’re going to do now...
And when will this planet of ours finally find peace?
All we want is peace. Just peace. That’s all!
No one’s rich here. We’ve been living on a teacher’s salary all our lives.
And we want peace, not war.

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Ukraine Ceasefire Breached Again
Donetsk
By Andrey Samerkhanov
16 Sep 2014

Date: September 16, 2014
Location: Donetsk, Ukraine
Length: 3:52
Despite the ceasefire agreement signed by both sides of the conflict in Minsk on Sept. 5, 2014, Russian-sponsored militants continued to shell residential areas and other civilian buildings in the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine. In addition to rocket and artillery fire aimed at Ukrainian Armed Forces units, residential areas and buildings such as kindergartens, schools, hospitals and supermarkets were also hit.
Russia’s Armed Forces are supplying militants from DNR and LNR, terrorist organizations disguising themselves as local militia, with the latest in Russian military hardware to carry out various provocative actions, including shelling as civilian areas.
Civilians in eastern Ukraine trying to survive the rocket and artillery fire have no way of really knowing which side is shelling them, so they often express contradictory opinions.
Story #1
Kindergarten shelled in Donetsk
Fortunately, there were no children in this kindergarten during the shelling because the parents don’t believe the ceasefire agreement and are keeping their children at home.
Shotlist:
Kindergarten staff clears up the rubble after shelling
The building itself has been damaged, as well as the playground and surrounding area.
SOUNDBITE 1
Kindergarten Director
“As you can see our equipment is damaged. There were three volleys. How they were shooting and what they were shooting at, I have no idea, but they hit our kindergarten.
Where’s the [Donetsk International] airport and where are we? Why us?
I get the feeling that our kindergarten was shelled on purpose.
But how do I know? I just... (crying)
Why is this happening? What the heck is this anyway? I don't know!
We’ve been killing ourselves here.
I’ve worked in this kindergarten for 35 years, and now we have to build it from scratch again.
I really don’t know what we’re going to do now...
And when will this planet of ours finally find peace?
All we want is peace. Just peace. That’s all!
No one’s rich here. We’ve been living on a teacher’s salary all our lives.
And we want peace, not war.”
Story #2
Residential areas shelled in Donetsk
This residential district in northern Donetsk has long been a popular battlefield between the Russian Army and Ukraine’s National Guard.
Shotlist:
Damaged high-rise apartment buildings after artillery shelling.
Traces of falling shells can be seen on the walls of these buildings.
The area around the buildings has traces of multiple explosions.
SOUNDBITE 2
Owner of a private house
(In front of the ruins of his home, he talks about shelling the previous night.) “Earlier the shelling went only in one direction but now the direction is hard to figure out. Shells and rockets are coming from all sides now.
There was smoke right at the corner of my house.
Let me tell you, just in the last three weeks, five shells have hit our house alone.
You can see that there’s nothing left now.
Otherwise, they just shell everywhere.”
Story #3
A Market is shelled at night in Donetsk
With most grocery stores shut down, this market was the main source of both food and income for many residents of Donetsk.
The market is only about three miles away from Donetsk International Airport, where fierce fighting has been going on for a long time.
Shotlist:
Damaged and completely burned market building.
This building is completely destroyed and it’s unlikely that anyone will be able to restore it now.
Local residents help remove the rubble from the previous night’s shelling.
SOUNDBITE 3
Entrepreneur
“The most interesting thing is that I was the only one who managed to jump out. You can say that Ukrainians are fighting Ukrainians. Back then it was one country (i.e., the Soviet Union), and now it’s something not understandable (i.e., Ukraine).
Now we’re killing each other.
This is just your typical civilian war.”

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Denouncement from Kenya's Muslims to ...
Nairobi, Kenya
By Sam Charo
25 Sep 2013

The Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, was recently the site of a terrorist attack, claimed by Al Qaeda-linked militant group, Al-Shabab, based in the horn of Africa. 67 people were killed and 62 injured in the dramatic 4-day siege that came to a close on Tuesday, September 24.

-Various of cars on the streets -Various of police men and police vans -Various of the shopping mall with the crime scene tape -Various of street shots -Various of ploice officers holding guns -Various of journalist reporting. -Various of police officers bording a landrover -Various of journists -Various of Westgate mall -Various of Jamia Mosque -Various of people in the streets

Interviews
(INT 1) Yahya Abdulkadir Sheikh: “ I am called Yahya Abdulkadir Sheikh, it is too unfortunate, religion of Islam does not allow people to be killed innocent people in the world”

(INT 2) Zekaria Mohamed Salaam Aleikum my name is Zekaria from Nairobi one of the youth in Nairobi, surely what happened in21st of September in Nairobi in 2013 wasn’t Islamic issue indeed it was the terrorist as you understand terrorism is a global issue not about Islam neither Christians for some people who have started propaganda that Islam have done this and that for sure we condemn it we fought against it(lulls into Arabic) let them believe what they want for God knows who is right and who is wrong”

(INT 3) Abdulahi Galgalo “ My name is Abdulahi Galgalo, am former secretary youth affairs, FORD KENYA and the president of East and Central Africa ,NASCO, I thinkt that if we talk about muslim and the thing which has happened in westaget is two different things, if you look at Alshabab, they are not really a muslim , a muslim is not allowed to kill, they are not allowed to kill, they are not allowed to fight anybody who is innocent, they have killed kids, if you look at Somalia, there is 300 doctors, when they graduated and came back home they went in and did their party, they bombed them with their family, the 300 hundred doctors, this are not human beings”

(INT 4) Abdenasir Guyo “ I greet you all the viewers with the Islamic greeting of Asalam Aleikum,…..(Arabic) may peace be upon you all, I condemn in the strongest possible terms being a muslim I just wanted to tell the viewrs that isalam does not support such acts of terrosrism, because Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance, Islam is religion of peace the teachings of Islam tells us that if one kills, if one kills an innocent human being its as though he has killed the whole of humanity if he saves ahuman beings life its if he has saved the whole of human kind, the humanity.”

(INT 5) Zakia Mohamed “I am Zakia Mohamed, and muslim does not allow terrorism, and those who were affected in the Westgate siege am sorry for them muslims and christians are supposed to be one and Kenyans are one”

Filmed by Sam Charo.

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Reactions in Nairobi to Westgate Mall...
Nairobi, Kenya
By Transterra Editor
25 Sep 2013

The Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, was recently the site of a terrorist attack, claimed by Al Qaeda-linked militant group, Al-Shabab, based in the horn of Africa. 67 people were killed and 62 injured in the dramatic 4-day siege that came to a close on Tuesday, September 24.

Filmed by Sam Charo.
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